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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL. A MEETING of the local branch of the Federal Association was held at the Council Chanel ber on M onday e vening last. The Mayor presided and (there was a fair attend- ' ance. The chairman reported that he had wired the congratulations of the association to Mr. Barton for his loyalty to the cause of Federation and the success achieved. Mr. Freeman moved and Mr. Lofts seconded That this association, while regretting that the stipulated number of 80,000 votes was not recorded in favor of the Commonwealth Bill, rejoices at the fact that the majority of the electors of New South Wales recorded their votes in favor of the measure, and pledges i tself to carry on the fight in any way the Central Association may deem fit." The motion was carried unanimously. Mr. Free- man moved and Mr. Cole seconded-" That the best thanks of the association be tendered to the secretary, Mr. W. Fi. Learoyd, for the able and efficient manner in which he carried out the duties of his office....

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The Liverpool [?]erald, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, JUNE ll, 1898. THERE is nothing very puzzling in -the pre- sent position of the Federal mo y eui etat. The Bill men are in a majority of upwards of 5,000 votes and the anti-Bill men are san- guine they achieved a victory. Under the circumstances, the referendum has gone against the grain of neither party to the battle, if we are to accept their view of the polling. While the Bill men have gained a numerical victory, they have failed to secure the minimum affirmative vote of 80,000 ; -and while the many forces arrayed against the Bill have polled wonderfully well, they must confess that they have merely blocked the constitutional rule of the majority. The de- cision of the 3rd-of June cannot be accepted as final. The fight for Federation must go on, and, fortunately for the fate of the Con- vention Bill, a general election is imminent and an opportunity will he afforded the party behind Mr. Barton to storm the constituen- cies. The idea now...

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THE COMMONWEALTH BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

THE COMMONWEALTH BILL. GENERALLY speaking, very little interest was evinced by the Liverpool electors in the bal- lot taken locally on the above measure on the 3rd June, and it is safe to say that the rivalry between the local Federal and Anti Federal Associations was responsible for many votes being recorded by electors who would have been quite content not to exer- cise the franchise extended to them otherwise. The ballot was taken at the old Assembly Hall, next to the Public School, and the arrangements *made under the direction of the returning-othcer, Alderman C. A. Scrivener, left no room for complaint. The voting was not brisk at any period during the day, and outside the booth the only ex- citement was añ occasional animated debate on the Bill. The poll closed at 5 o'clock, at which time about 100 electors attended to await the result, which was announced about half an hour latter by the returning-ofh'cer, as follows :-Yes 187, No 147. As soon as ?the announcement was made a...

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HARDY FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

HARDY FLOWER GARDEN. Cht nut lons and Pinks should reoeive at- tention. .Remove all symptoms of decay froui any old plants, with, most growth espeoially, thou stir tho Boil neatly amongst thom ; at the same time see that the ground . about young plants ia firm and well up around their bas«. JW**-** fe jftu, stutik WHU$~

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ORIGINAL SKETCH. The Romance of Gold-Mining. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

'ouniAt SOTSI. -* The Romance of Gold-Mining. WHEN the ordinary newspaper reader per- uses the bald details of eaoh year's Depart- mental Report, he does not think, or care one jot, under what conditions much of ¿he large yield of gold was obtained ; he knows nothing of tho anxieties, the trials, hard- ships, misery, toil and blighted hopes of those engaged in this arduous and precarious calling. Many decry gold-mining for en- tirely opposite reasons-it unsettles the labour market ; it makes mere labouring men too independent ; it oreates a distaste for continuous and necessary labour ; it pro- motes thriftlessnoss, a gambling spirit aud. lawlessness. It would be easy to ann iver these charges seriatim, but it is not neces- sary. It has been said that every ounce of gold won in Australia has cost its full value in bringing it to tho surface. If we include the many nefarious swindles by scrip sharpers, and the losses sustained by tho publio in ill advised and badly worked ventures, t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

..QPVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENTS. Local Land Board Office, .Sydney, 6bli June, 1898. PROPOSED PUBLIC PURPOSE EX- CHANGE, PARISH OP BANKSTOWN. NOTICE is hereby given £b>Wj^ans, show- ing by red tint the land MO be surrendered .and by blue tint that proposed to%ie«rfgw<m in exchange, are on exhibition at tieCrown^ Lands Agent's Office at Liverp«©^ and at ?tho Local Land Board Office, Sydney, for. public information. immm^ Any objections to the proposal must be lodged with the Chairman of the Local Land Board at* Sydney not later .than the 7th -July, 1898. J\ H. WILSON, 5b-377. Acting Chairman. jr^I VERPOOL LAWN TENNIS CLUB. The ANN'ET AL BALL Tn (oamneóbioii with the a DO ve will be held afc ffche T(0,ww HAxifc Lîviaupoo-L, .on FRIDAY, JUNE 24TH, 1898. . A. EL COODMAX, Hon. Sfcse. THE EO^^HOTEL, LIVERPOOL. *Oira MEETING PLACE.' IcEwan's English Ale on draught. GEORGE YATES, Proprietor. -Use It For Cleansing the Blood it has no Equal. .? "We give below tho portrait and testimo...

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A SUBSOIL PLOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

A SUBSOIL PLOUG-H. If any one deaires to subsoil there is no oooasion for omitting it for lack of a subsoil plough. In subsoiling the soil is not to be turned up or m any way mingled ~ with the upper soil ; it is merely to be loosened so that air and water will penetrate it easily. There is never any occasion for subsoiling when the subsoil is porous. 1 f it is hard it will pay in all cases whore plants are to bo grown whose roots run deep or when it is doomed neoessary to take pains to have the water siníí into the soil instead of running ofE on the surfaoe of the hard pan- Any tool which will lift and break up the hard pan without throwing it out of the furrow will answer the purpose. Any good blacksmith can make such a tool. Tho form which is beat will depend on the nature ot the subsoil. We have soea a plough made by a black- smith which consisted simply of a bar of steel an inoh square, eharpened and bent to run parallel with the beam when bolted to a common plough standard. In...

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COMFORT FOR THE OLD FOLKS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

CüMFÜUT FOR THE OLD FOLKS. ; 'SUPPOSE the wheels of time could suddenly be : reversed, ntid we could, in an instant, RD bade to , the year 1814. Why, man, you wouldn't recog- nise England. You'wouldn't know how to speak, -what to (\a, or how to understand the things "around you. You would he as oompletely lost as though you were whisked away »nd dropped on the planet Jupiter. You would find no railways, in England, no telegraphs,, no running water inj tlie City houses, and mighty few of the houses' themselves that are standing now. Between 1814 and 1894 the difference as ns great as between 1814 and 1000. Yes-; and greater. Yet a lady who was born in 1814 writes ns the following letter. She says : " In tho early part .of 1884 I commenced to feel weak and niling.. My appetite was bad, and after meals I had an .aching pain in the chest and a most.uncomfortable feeling in the stomach. My mouth tasted badly, ¡and I spat ap a sour, sickening fluid. I was much troubled with wind, belching...

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TO BE SHORT OR TALL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

TO BE SHORT OR TALL. It iö a curious fact that the majority of men don't seem to be attracted by tall girls. We wonder why ? asks and English critic Perhaps it is that men aro so accustomed to be looked np to-at all events by tho fair sex-that it is only natural for them to pre- fer the giri who, in her little careasings and fascinating loverlike ways, has, on account of her shortness, to lookup at him for tho purpose of peering into hiB iovelit eyes. But very short women can only sound the note of a forlorn condition, unfortunately, for fussy, modorn man, taking him in tho abstract, passes her over and lets his ohoice fall upon her comparatively taller sister. The super- latively tall woman and the positively snort woman the average mau leaves severely alone. Tall women are usually dignified and would appear to scorn kitteniahi»ways, and although they manage to draw admiration, it is rather of the awe inspiring kind. No doubt, owing to their smallness of stature and pretty, playful...

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LADIES' COLUMN. THE BAR PIN REVIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

ÜA1IISP ©OMI. ' THE BAR PIN REVIVED. Bax pins are in again. About fifteen years ago, says an exohange, nearly every woman ? owned a bar pin of ono kind or another, and she who did not wuntod one. This pin was very convenient, and held the gown together at the neck more firmly than tho more graceful and smaller ono of fancy de- sign that succeeded it. The resurrected bar inn is somewhat sporty in design, tho most etching being a miniature coaching horn, riding crop or whip, a bunch of golf sticks, or something suggesting outdoor sport.

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ENGLISH LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

ENGLISH LETTER. AB I have befo o found cooaeion to remark,, the. only unpardonable »i» in these days U monotony ; ploasuro, alike with work, never palls, so long as it is auffielentlngvaned. Almost for the first time in then, existence, Englishwomen have begun to roaliso the joys of a high dinner dress. Hitherto -or, ut any rato, for as long a poriod as one cares to own up to-blouses have reigned supremo in this oonneotion, together with tho ubiquitous black skirt ; tho latter for tho moBfc part not in its first youth, and its shabbiness shown up into greater promi- nence by close proximity to a pale, delicately tinted blouse. Now far be i*; from me to deny tho eoonomy of such a combination, or to ref uso the necessary applause whore necessitous needs demand oare and prudence. But, generally speaking, those women who oan afford to pay visits on tho Continent oan perfeotly well afford to dress in accordance with the degrees there. "We English are a stiffneoked people, how- ever, and ...

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EXPENSIVE ABSENT-MINDEDNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

EX PENSIVE ABSENT-MINDEDNESS A. "WELL-iCNOWisr Brighton dandy, who shall ho nameless, and who is dreadfully absent- minded, sat d<>wn in M-Hotel "the other day, and asked the waiter for a cup of c )fEt.e. By-nnd-hyo somebody cime along- and held out his hand, and tho freutkminn pub. into it a half-sovereign. Presently the waiter came for tho oofiee money. "My doah fellah;" said the dandy, " I have given you a half-sovereign, and you haven't brought the change." " Beg your pardon, sir," said the waiter,; "but you must havo given the money to the man who was collecting for tho music out- side." Aud then the organ played again j but, oh; such a long way off.

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Original Novel. THE Daughters of Eve; Tale of the Maori War CHAPTER XXX.—(CONTINUED.) CHARLEY'S REJECTION OF HINEMOA. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

Original Novel. T HE Daughters of Eye ; f ale of the Saori Sar By EDWIN DOIDGE, Author of ' Father and Son ' ; . The Mystery of Morvellieu,' eto. CHAPTER XXX.-(CÛNTTNUBD. ) OUAELKT'S BEJECTION OF HINEMOA. "When Ward left Nolan's farm after the first visit to the Campbells subsequent to the return, he told himself what his reply must bo to his friend Xiong George ; he must decline the honor of an alliance with the house of Maraiti's Chief. His father, with an incapacity to understand that it made muoh difference, almost recommended Charley to acoept Hinemoa, hut the mother would not hoar of it. She declared that he should never bring a Maori home to their house as his wife ; 'while Charley pretended to see no great objeotion, and argued that Hinemoa was very pretty as Maoris went, and their ohildren would be heirs to the biggest estate in the north of New Zealand. Bat no consideration of territory would per- suade Mrs Ward, and when she almost lost her temper, Charley assured her tha...

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A MILK-CARTER'S LIFE. EXPOSED TO ALL WEATHERS [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

A M ILK-OAR f ER'S LIFE. EXPOSED TO ALI. WEATHERS .We clip the following interesting' lotter ¡ fro m a oo h te m po rar y - - "The life of a ruilU-cartor is undoubtedly one of chungo and variance, as far as the weather is concerned at any rate. Thinking that the experiences of such a personage might provo entertaining to our readers, we last week sent a representative to interview Mr. Walter Tye, of -33 MoArthur-street, Ultimo; Sj'd ney. ? ù I'am a milkman hy tr ado,'" said Mr. Tye, " mid ride on the cart when distributing milk- We serve a very long' round. You can readily see that the very nature of my! occupation compels me to be out in ail sorts of weather, for whatever happens we must not disappoint our customers. It is some 18 mon'hs ago that, after being out in very in- clement weather, I commenced to suffer from nchiug agonies in limbs and body, and flying ¡ pains and stiifness in the joints.; and I also experienced sudden chills, gouerally . sue-. needed by heavy sweats. The...

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CHAPTER XXXI. PREPARING TWO LITTLE HOMES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

OH APTER XXXI. , FBBPABINOr TWO LITTLH HOMES. Since we last left the individuals who have made the oharaoters of this story two months have gone by. Two months which glided by as peacefully as the tide flowed in and but of the river of Taranga. During this time the coursa of true love seemed to run perfectly smooth for four young people. They concluded that they had passed the shoals and barriers, and the times of doubts and fears. And it was generally known that there was a doable engagement tjt Nolan's farm, and that there would be a double wedding. . Only one oiroumstanoe ooourred in the interim for note. A letter was received by both Ward.and Preston, from Oolonel Haul ton, stating that on the information of . Oaptain Lumley the Oolonel took oooasion to compliment and thank them for the valu- able servioes rendered aÄCawaukawau ; and offering permanent positions and oertain promotion to both young men if they would join the regular forces. There was still fighting going on here ...

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A CORNSTALK IN BRITAIN AND WHAT HE SAW THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

A CORNSTALK IN BRITAIN AND WHAT HE SAW THERE. [BY: W.T. G.] Tho day after taking my lodgings in the Strand,: Which had been recommended hy a shipmate, but which proved unsuitable not only to myself but to ; a north country parson, principally on account of(: the amazing growth of extras and the pertinacity j of an unnaigratory colony of vermin, we two decided ! to seek frosh " diggings." By tho aid of the*" Daily , Chronicle" we i*e conn pit red Bloomsbury-strcet. Upon the threshold of the number indicated we interviewed the servant, who '.eyed, us critically and informed us that the apartments advertised had been taken an hour previously. She, however, in- formed us that there were vacancies at No. 20 across : thc street. Hearing this, the-pa-rson'hastened away as fast as he could. I was about to follow, when, glancing above, I observed that the card announcing " apartments" had not been removed. Upon draw-: ing her attention to this she said nothing but smiled so broadly that I at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

POSTAL INFORMATION.. MA-ELS are despatched from Liverpool Post Office, daily (Sundays excepted), as follows :. Sydney, Parramatta, and Gio* field, 9 30 a.m. :'. 'Bringelly; Moovlmnlt, Bonnyrigg,; Preston's, and Hoxton Purk, l l a.ra; ? Sydney, 12*30 p.tn. .Carnpbollfcbwni Camden, Narellan, Granville, and T.P.O., at 6-3Ó p.m. . ^Sydney," Parramatta, and Granville, at 9'30 p.m. ''.'.'.?Oh every'Tuesdrty and Saturday-mails . are des- patched for Hö.I'ds\yorthy;and .Eckersley a 12 noon. 'On every Saturday night'a mail is'despatched to travelling P;0;, with lotters for the Northern and Western'lines, at 9*30. ' - On/Sundays -mails are . despatched to Sydney, ÍParrámaita, Granville,'arid travelling P.O. at .S {pirti. :.. . ?. - . -MAX&S are received-at the Liverpool Post Office «daily (Sundays excepted), as follows ; 1 . Sydney, Campbelltown, and Travelling P.O. afc 8 ? ? am. . .Moorbank, 9*45 a. m. : (Sydney, Parramatta, Granville, .Narellan, Cam denj 10 a;m. . (Bonnyrigg, 12*45 ...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

j -*--;. . An ordinary briok will absorb sixteen ounoes of water. The average pulse of a healthy man j should beat 72 times a minute. j A new method of deaning gilt frames I consista in washing the frames with beer. Powdered rice is said to be of great effioaoy in oheoking bleeding from outs and bruises. I Potato juice is said to be excellent fox deaning dirty clothes, being infinitely super« j ior to soap. The highest recorded price for an orohid in London is 300gs. ?<? More than 1,240,000 aores of land are dovoted to the cultivation of tobacco. An eminent naturalist of eminence says that land birds make their journeys in the daytime, and water birds at night. Chinese streets are supposed to be the narrowest iu the world. Some of them are only eight feet wida. In the cathedral at Cologne is a magni- ficent chapel, in whioh are still kept three skulls reputed to be those of thé three Magi. The oldest specimen of pare glass bearing a date is the head of a lion at present i...

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SOCIAL SALVATION. HOW THE SALVATION ARMY CARRIES ON ITS WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

SOCIAL SALVATION, iv - H ow HIE SALVATION ARMY CARRIES ON ITS WORK. THE Annual Social Report of the work oE the Salvation Army for 18!)7 is in our hands and calls for special notice, giving as it does à live record of rescue and reformation. The report is fully illustrated nod is deeply interësting from beginning to.ond, every chapter detailing .pathetic stories in which the Army has either befriended the fallen girl, reclaimed the crimi- nal, or reformed the harem-scarem youths and girls who have been brought under their firm .but kind government. It will interest our reuders to learn than in all the colonies the Army has a net-work of social agencies in full operation, which "are undoubtedly saving tho country many hundreds of pounds annually by the rescue of unfortunate girls and the reclama- tion of criminals, who are, in many eases, per- manently reformed. In addition, there is the moble work performed by the Army nursing ..sisters in the Maternity Homes and the League of Mercy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

Op. ' ? T ; . ; ? ? . SAFE;'AND EAST TEETHING Is the prompt "use pf 'Ashton; and Parsons? MATRIOAIÎIA. SPAMS' POWDERS/; .'Tlumaands of Mothers can testify to this , and their words are endorsed by Clergymen, : Missionaries, Doctors, Nurses and Dealers from all parts of the World. SUPPLIED BY ROYAL COMMANDS. To members of the HRITISH and FOKEIQN . ROYAL FAMILIES. . They -cool the «ums, comfort tho child, produce a natural cairn refreshing sleöp, and render teething quite easy. ' ' ' ¡ <TÜaranteed,!Pérfectly Harmless. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS PREVENTED. ?We never get a restless night. '. Hoy lund Common, near Barnsley, January 2nd, 1890. Messrs. Ashton & Parsons, London. Please let me have another large box of Infants' Powders. Could you lot me have thom to sell ? I ¡have Jet several people have some, and .1 think we .could sell a good injury.. I beiiovo they have been a groat benefit to my baby ; we never-gct a restless .night with her, and she is cutting teeth. Yours trul...

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